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#121 Dex

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 01:18 AM

Sign Jairus Byrd then go DT,WR.

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 08:12 AM

Sign Jairus Byrd then go DT,WR.

that will be the best route i believe.

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Posted 07 November 2012 - 10:49 AM

that will be the best route i believe.


I hope the GM noticed that FS is a huge problem and go after a guy like Byrd. Though it's just hard to imagine it happening. Byrd will be looking for his first big contract since his rookie deal and can't believe he won't. If the GM is serious about him, he'll have to do more than restructuring contracts. Possibly cutting/trading a guy like Gamble. He's going to look for a contract close to Gamble's and I think he may just get it. A 5/6 mill a year contract.

There's also a lot of teams that are FS needy teams that will be in the pursuit for him. I Dno if he'll choose us over a team like SF, Jets or Cincy. Maybe we could send Jonathan Stewart to lure him here. Or even better maybe hires Chip Kelly and no doubt he can get Byrd here. Lol

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Posted 08 November 2012 - 04:21 PM

week 11 match ups

FSU vs Va Tech
Arkansas vs South Carolina
Mizzou vs Tennessee
Oregon St vs Stanford
Texas A&M vs Bama
Baylor vs Oklahoma
K St vs TCU
UGA vs Auburn
Miss St vs LSU
Utah vs Washington

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 01:12 PM

Dion Jordan is really intriguing. Can't ever have enough pass rushers, but dude also lines up at linebacker and plays nickel corner.

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 01:20 PM

I'm really starting to like Hankins after seeing this interview. I already saw his talent on the field by watching tape, but after seeing that he's a normal, chill guy that understands the game and is all about working hard, you know he's gonna be Suh/Dareus status.



Guy's like Nick Fairely have that gangster slur and you know they're just in it for the money.

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 02:27 PM

Anyone just saw what DJ Swearinger did?

Kid is a beast and will be a late 2nd or 3rd rounder. No way he's a 4th or 5th.

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 02:30 PM

Yeah that was great instinct, I'm sure he'll fly up boards by April.

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 04:57 PM

I'm really starting to like Hankins after seeing this interview. I already saw his talent on the field by watching tape, but after seeing that he's a normal, chill guy that understands the game and is all about working hard, you know he's gonna be Suh/Dareus status.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANLEJvMPeMQ&feature=related

Guy's like Nick Fairely have that gangster slur and you know they're just in it for the money.


right now i think him and Star are on the same level, but Hankins gets the nod because he is younger.i would love to have either.

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 07:39 PM

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Tennessee Tech junior WR Da'Rick Rogers will enter the 2013 NFL Draft.

Rogers transferred from Tennessee just before the season started after multiple failed drug tests and has done fairly well at the FBS level. The Golden Eagles have only won two games and other than one contest in which Rogers went for 303 receiving yards, he has failed to top 88 yards in any other game. Off field questions will be Rogers' biggest setback throughout the pre-draft process.


http://www.rotoworld...nter-2013-draft

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Posted 10 November 2012 - 07:50 PM

Guy's like Nick Fairely have that gangster slur and you know they're just in it for the money.


Just keep him away from Jamarcus Russell and I'll be happy with him :)

I'd still prefer Star though, by just a little.

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Posted 15 November 2012 - 11:57 AM

week 11 risers from SI Tony Pauline

D.J. Swearinger, DB -- South Carolina: Swearinger does not receive the notoriety many of his headlining teammates do, yet NFL scouts have taken notice of his play. He's a well-rounded defensive back who usually lines up at safety but can also play cornerback. Swearinger did exactly that against Arkansas and displayed NFL skills throughout the game. The senior lead the Gamecocks defense with 13 tackles and also intercepted a pass in the second half which he returned 69-yards for a score. He's a versatile defender with the size and speed needed to start at the next level. Swearinger could now jump into the third round of the draft.
Devin Smith, CB -- Wisconsin: Smith has shown steady development all season and scouts like his next-level potential. He led the Badgers defense with two interceptions and eight pass break-ups prior to Saturday's showdown with Indiana. Smith then made several critical plays during Wisconsin's 62-14 victory, including a pair of pass defenses and an interception that helped end drives. He was projected as a late-round pick prior to the season, but his ability to line up in man-to-man or zone coverage has elevated his stock.
Chris Jones, DL -- Bowling Green: Jones was considered a future free agent entering the season but has since risen into the middle rounds. The senior has taken his game to another level, producing 17 tackles for loss, 11.5 sacks and five quarterback hurries with two games remaining on the schedule. He beats opponents with quickness, hustle as well as smarts and offers potential as a three-technique lineman. Expect Jones to be selected in the middle part of the draft's final day for any team that desires an interior pass rusher.
Corey Fuller, WR -- Virginia Tech: The Hokies have struggled through a tough 2012 season and many of their highly rated prospects have not met expectations. On the other hand, Fuller has pleasantly surprised scouts. He caught only two passes last season, yet 10 games into his senior campaign Fuller has amassed 36 receptions, 671 receiving yards and five touchdowns. NFL scouts took a wait-and-see approach toward Fuller, who ran a 4.36 forty during offseason testing. Now he's receiving serious consideration in the late rounds.
Ryan Nassib, QB -- Syracuse: Nassib has caught the attention of NFL decision-makers, as the senior is a smart and tough game manager with the arm strength necessary for the next level. He showed a lot of moxy during the Orange's victory over formerly unbeaten Louisville, passing for 246 yards and 3 touchdowns. His throwing statistics told just a fraction of the story. Nassib did a terrific job leading Syracuse's offense and consistently made correct decisions in the pocket. His game comes with a degree of upside and Nassib is a middle-round prospect that teams believe can develop into an NFL starter.
Ryan Swope, WR -- TexasA&M: Swope entered the season as a possibly late-round selection but elevated his draft grade even prior to the contest against Alabama. His dominant performance during A&M's 29-24 victory over the top-ranked Tide will force scouts to continue to revaluate their opinion of Swope. The senior finished the day with 11 receptions for 111 yards and one touchdown. More impressively, Swope came through in the clutch, making spectacular catches during the game's critical moments, including two receptions in the fourth quarter, which moved the Aggies into scoring position. Swope lacks the speed to be used as a vertical receiver, but he plays smart, tough football and offers reliable hands. His game is similar to Broncos receiver Eric Decker and Swope could end up a third-round pick, just like Decker.
Ra'Shede Hageman, DL -- Minnesota: Hageman, a former tight end, is in the midst of a breakout season and has scouts salivating. Lining up on the nose of Minnesota's four-man line, Hageman displays the ability to control the line of scrimmage or make plays in the opponents' backfield. He's totaled 6½ tackles for loss and five sacks this season and Hageman is still developing on the defensive line. The junior is likely to enter the draft and expected to be a top 120 choice.
Margus Hunt, DL -- SMU: Hunt is another defensive line prospect whose future potential excites scouts. Hailing from the nation of Estonia, Hunt enrolled at SMU as a champion shot putter and discus thrower before turning to football. Despite no highschool experience on the football field, Hunt set an NCAA record with seven blocked kicks as a freshman. He's posted a career-best six sacks thus far this season and has shown consistent development in his game. Hunt is a freakish athlete with incredible size and the ability to play any of three positions on the defensive line. He entered the season with late-round grades but could now slide into the late part of the third frame.
Bacari Rambo, S -- Georgia: Rambo has impressed scouts with his consistency and ability to stay away from mental mistakes this season. He's a forceful safety who effectively works with cornerbacks to control the action in the middle of the field. Rambo posted eight tackles and one interception during the win over Auburn and has cemented himself as a middle-round selection.


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Posted 15 November 2012 - 12:56 PM

Fuller is better than Marcus Davis imo

He knows how to get open and makes the big plays

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Posted 15 November 2012 - 02:21 PM

Throw money at the best FS/DT/O-linemen available.

1st round- BPA whatever we didn't get in FA

2nd round - ^^^

4th round - trenches

5th round - BPA

6th round - BPA

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Posted 15 November 2012 - 04:15 PM

week 12 match ups

UNC vs UVA
Iowa vs Michigan
Arkansas vs Miss St
USC vs UCLA
Texas Tech vs Oklahoma St
NCSU vs Clemson
Oklahoma vs WVU
Syracuse vs Mizzuo
Tennessee vs Vandy
Kansas vs Baylor
Stanford vs Oregon


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